The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu
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... at Toyoko Inn. I've been on the Eco Plan (no room cleaning) for two nights, which gets me a 300 yen discount for those nights, and also frees me of the obligation to vacate the room between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., when the staff does room cleaning. The room is so small that there wouldn't be room for a guest while they are cleaning. But they just cannot let you go more than two nights without a room cleaning, and this is the morning after ...
... memorized. And a little petting zoo we got to hold chicks and mice and guinea pigs, and there was a lonely chicken whisperer man who just sat there with loads of chickens perched on him. Afterwards we went round the mall and gazed at all the clothes we can't buy..A little trip to Beer Village the next day! At first we came across this military looking factory with 'Kirin' signs and wondered if surely this can be it?! But walked on and found the tourist looking entrance, which ...
... If the food that we were served at our ryokan (something between a small hotel and a B&B) was indicative, they really eat a lot. Dinner included tempura and rice and a huge piece of fish and salad. Breakfast was the huge piece of fish again, eggs, salad, fruit. We couldn't eat all of it. While I'm on the topic of food----I really wanted to have sukiyaki while in Japan, but I never saw it offered. I had the impression that this food is considered ...
... the entrance to Meiji Shine right across the street. How beautiful and peaceful it was! After walking for just a few moments, we couldn't even tell we were in Tokyo! The only noises were the sounds of birds and the rustle of trees. We bought a prayer plaque and wrote a family prayer, leaving it at the ...
... of-focus effect.
Since I have seen the city and its sites several times, and over many years, so I figured, it's no harm done if I have a whole camera of blurred ****** shots. It was worth a try. Besides, I will probably be in Tokyo soon enough once again.
This time in Tokyo, I wasn't really looking around. I was just hanging around and soaking in the atmosphere, and really, just escaping from work. My ...